These four new introductions to the Track line will create a much wider selection for the Track brand. With this addition to the already strong line of Track balls, it will surely give any player an array of options to choose from. As Mike Fagan cruised to a career year on the PBA Tour using the Track brand, I am sure he and other Track fans will appreciate these new pieces! All of these balls are available at BowlersDeals.com, where you will find the BEST deals in bowling! Guaranteed!!
Lower Mid Performance
Manufacturer’s Intent: With the release of the 300A, we wanted to design a ball that would complement the 300C & 300T in our lower-mid performance category. In order to accomplish this, we needed to use the perfect combination of core and cover. During our product development stage, we found that combining our Track Symmetric Core and Gen MA cover provided us with the right look on the lanes.
Core: The Track Symmetric Core allows the 300A to push through the front part of the lane with ease storing power for the back end of the lane. This is accomplished in part by the medium-high Rg and low differential of this core.
Cover: Our Gen MA (Moderate Angle) cover is a perfect match for medium to dry lane conditions. This is one of the lowest friction covers that we offer. This is perfect for when there is too much friction for many of today’s high-performance bowling balls.
Finish: The 300A comes with our standard polished factory finish. We accomplish this by starting with 800 Abranet and then working our way up with 1000, 2000 and then 4000 Abralon before we apply our Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish. Those looking for a little less length can achieve it by sanding with a 2000 Abralon pad and then re-polishing.
Overall: The 300A is sure to be the first ball out the bag when the front part of the lane burns up and the back ends get tight. This new release will push through the front when other balls won’t, maintaining the angular reaction at the back end of the lane that is expected from our “A” series.
Manufacturer’s Intent: The concept behind the design and creation of our latest 900 series release was one that was quickly agreed upon. Our goal was to create a ball that simply out hooked and performed every ball ever made in the history of Track. This was no small task but one that R & D quickly accepted and accomplished.
Core: The Legion 2 Turbo core is back. This core creates easy revs while storing plenty of energy for the back end of the lane and most importantly the pins. Whether wrapped with a shiny or dull cover, the Legion 2 Turbo core provides the perfect entry angle through the pins.
Cover: The 912T features our brand new Gen ET (Extreme Traction) cover. The “Traction” this cover creates is out of this world. We accomplished this by taking our Gen XT (Xtra Traction) cover used on the popular 716T and slowly increased the “Traction” additives until we created the best cover to match up with heavy oil patterns.
Finish: In order to create the strong overall hook that was desired when creating the 912T, we decided to go with our newest finishing process. This process uses 1500 Abranet Soft as the last finishing step. Abranet Soft is a new type of sanding material that was developed to minimize clogging while sanding. The foam layer and open structure of Abranet Soft provides more flexibility and allows the material to follow surface contours more effectively.
Overall: Fear heavy oil no more. The Track 912T has arrived. The combination of our Legion 2 Turbo core and the brand new Gen ET (Extreme Traction) cover will give the competition “Hook Envy”. The 912T provides the most overall traction ever seen from Track.
Upper Mid Performance
Manufacturer’s Intent: The concept for creating the 706A was simple. We wanted a core/cover combination that would provide the aggressive move at the breakpoint the “A” series is known for, with improved continuation through the pins. Our R&D team accomplished by creating both a brand new core and cover.
Core: The 706A is the first Track ball to feature the brand new Helmet core. This new core design revs up extremely well from the mid-lane to the breakpoint, unleashing the right amount of energy when it encounters friction. The lower intermediate differential compared to previous 700 series ball aids in accomplishing the improved continuation through the pins.
Cover: The cover is what touches the lane, so it is important to use the right cover when targeting the perfect ball motion. The best core design in the world doesn’t do any good unless you have the right cover to take advantage of the core’s strengths. For the 706A, our R&D team developed our new Gen XA (Xtra Angle) cover.
Finish: The finish process is the final factor that determines our overall ball motion. For the 706A, we started with 800 Abranet then followed it up with 1000 and 2000 Abralon. Once the sanding is done, we apply our Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish which is the exact same polish we use on our finish line.
Overall: The 706A is sure to be the choice for Track fans when they are looking for a ball that offers easy length with “Pop” at the breakpoint. The combination of our Helmet core and Gen XA cover will match up best with medium oil patterns. When “Xtra” entry angle is a must, mow’ em down with the Track 706A.
AVAILABLE JULY 24, 2012.
Manufacturer’s Intent: With the release of the 503T, we wanted to design a ball that would complement the 503C in our mid-performance category. In order to accomplish this, we needed to use just the right combination of core and cover. During our product development stage, we found that staying with our Packman core and combining it with our new Gen MT (Moderate Traction) cover provided us with just the right look on the lanes.
Core: The Packman core offers moderate revs due to the medium Rg values combined with a large overall flare potential. This core provides a wide array of ball reactions depending upon the layout and surface preparation.
Cover: The new Gen MT (Moderate Traction) cover is a modified version of our Gen XT (Xtra Traction) cover found on the 716T. By reducing the amount of Traction additives, we created a cover that will match up the best with medium to oily lane conditions.
Finish: The finish process is the final factor that determines our overall ball motion. For the 503T, we started with 800 Abranet then followed it up with 1000 and 2000 Abralon. This finish will provide enough traction for oily lanes while allowing the 503T, to still be useful on medium oil patterns as well.
Overall: Sometimes a nice strong consistent ration is just what the lanes call for. The brand new 503T combines the perfect combination of core/cover to create just the right amount “Traction” on medium to oily lane conditions. She may not be flashy, but she always gets the job done.
AVAILABLE AUGUST 28, 2012.